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December 20, 2012
08:12 EDTCY, RMTRCypress Semiconductor integrates Ramtron F-RAM nonvolatile memory
Cypress Semiconductor (CY) has integrated Ramtron (RMTR)’s ferroelectric random access memory products into its portfolio. F-RAM is the industry’s lowest-power nonvolatile memory. This new combination serves a broad range of applications that require data to be retained when power is lost. The merger between Cypress and Ramtron was officially completed on November 20. Cypress is maintaining Ramtron part numbers. There will be no supply disruption for more than 95% of production parts.
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16:03 EDTCYCypress Semiconductor sees Q1 revenue exceeding high-end of $169M-$171M range
Consensus $165M. The company said its Q1 was strong and expects revenue to exceed the higher end of the range of prior guidance with revenue in the $169M-$171M. The company also said, "We have a solid design win pipeline that will feed our revenue growth through Q2."
16:02 EDTCYCypress Semiconductor CFO Buss to retire
Cypress Semiconductor announced that Brad Buss, executive VP and CFO, is retiring from Cypress after eight years of service. He will remain EVP and CFO through June 1, after which Thad Trent, currently VP of Finance, will assume the role of EVP and CFO. Buss will then continue on a part-time basis, assisting in the transition through September 1, after which he will become a non-employee advisor to the board and the CEO through April 30, 2015.

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